32 "Pasta" Restaurants in Seattle.
Is getting in line for pasta at 10:30am on a weekday crazy? Maybe. But this is what you have to do at Il Corvo in Pioneer Square, and it’s worth it.
Le Messe is an Italian spot in Eastlake that serves fresh pasta. Sit at the chef’s counter.
Cinque Terre is an Italian restaurant in South Lake Union that serves pasta and excellent Neapolitan pizza.
Esters is a counter-service Italian spot in Fremont that has a great Happy Hour.
Raccolto is a West Seattle Italian spot from the same people behind Contadino, and the pasta is almost as good. If you can’t get a seat, try the bar.
Il Nido is an upscale Italian restaurant in West Seattle that specializes in homemade pasta and isn’t worth the hype.
Salare is an American spot in Ravenna that works well for certain situations, but isn’t as good as its sister restaurant, Junebaby.
Due’ Cucina Italiana in Capitol Hill is a counter-service spot serving grain-based pasta.
Carrello is a pricey but forgettable Italian restaurant on Capitol Hill that serves pasta as well as dim sum-style antipasti.
Machiavelli is an Italian restaurant on Capitol Hill that’s perfect for an affordable pasta-filled date night.
How To Cook A Wolf is an Italian restaurant in Queen Anne that serves great pasta.
G.H. Pasta Co. is an excellent Italian lunchtime spot that serves inexpensive bowls of delicious pasta.
Rione XIII is a nice Italian restaurant on Capitol Hill that serves Roman-style pizza and pasta.